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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

The Happy Whites


Sleek, uncluttered, and spare, white can be crisp and smart looking. A modern decor with straight lines and expanses of white can be utterly soothing and serene. But the happy whites are all about texture and detail to me. I like to be entertained by a hint of pearly pink, a glint of gold, lacy shapes, and nubby txtures. Groups of various white objects give me energy, and even seem to sing together. And they're the whites that make me the happiest. . . .











































 











Wishing you a Happy White Wednesday too!

Jacqueline



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19 comments:

  1. I love that sweet little pitcher with the flowers. It's so pretty.

    Kristin

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  2. All your posts are happy whites for me.

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  3. Hi J,
    I am catching up today and loved all the PB goodies... I am crazy about those whisper soft blue plates... they make me want blue!! and well you and whites are always a perfect pair:-)
    Hugs,
    Bella

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  4. Oh you take such amazing photographs aof the most beautiful things. I just "OOOHHHH" and "AHHHHH" at every single post.

    Thank you for such eye candy, it is a treasure to behold, sincerely!

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  5. What lovely antique textiles! Every photo is like music.

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  6. Hi Jacqueline-

    What wonderful pictures you share! I have a weakness for vintage dishes and pitchers. The one with the little flowers is just darling.

    As someone who crochets, I appreciated the doilies. Never seen one with beads like that brown one, but it's stunning.

    Thank you for visiting my blog tonight. I'd love to see you drop by whenever you can.

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  7. wow...I thought I had a lot of pieces similar to your platter with the roses on..never seen one like yours tho! Wonderful!
    I came via Lady Pamela!
    And am @ White Wednesday too!
    Fabulous images you have here.
    I am crazy for anything white & your linens are amazing.
    All the PB white is wonderul & those WS bowl....hmmm I guess i didn't look around well enough last time I was in the store!
    But most of all I love your vintage treasures!

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  8. Boy I love your blog! I become a follower right away!
    Ciao Alessandra

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  9. J~
    what a gorgeous post!!
    love it!!
    say hello to your newest follower!!
    warmest hugs..
    Loui♥

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  10. Oh my gosh, these photos are gorgeous... i love all the whites and lace and cotton, so yummy, i miss so many blog posts because i'm at work, and then only find them when i reply to your comments... these photos should be on Pinterest!

    Cindy

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  11. Picture perfect! Love them all!
    Nancy @ Two Cottages And Tea

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  12. Whites are my favorites, too. Lovely photos.

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  13. Such a Pretty Post, I really love your Whites with the little touches of Pink Rose Buds.... Beautiful~
    Cheryl

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  14. Jacqueline,
    Such a Happy white post, dear friend! Those white linens monogramed with the "C" were calling my name! Lovely post...thank you for sharing all your creative talent!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  15. Great photos and I love all the old linens.. Everything looks so fresh

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  16. Lovely photos Jacqueline! you know Im a big fan of anything white, lacey and ironstone :)

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  17. I am always fascinated by your photographs but I am especially in love with the white and gold tea set and that last photo. Simple and beautiful.

    Mariangie

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  18. A peaceful place of calm over here.

    Love all you inspire and I am taking some of it with me on my way home :)
    xx
    Dore

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  19. Such pretty vignettes! Loving the simplicity of the whites. Very nice. Glad to have found you from White Wednesday.

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